Manifesto to Progressive Londoners on the Vestry elections - a circular endorsing Progressive candidates in the May election, 1893. 1893.

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Dan H. Laurence Collection. Manifesto to Progressive Londoners on the Vestry elections - a circular endorsing Progressive candidates in the May election, 1893.

Manifesto to Progressive Londoners on the Vestry elections - a circular endorsing Progressive candidates in the May election, 1893. 1893.

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